Faux amber and antiqued copper mobius ring spacer earrings


Product Code: 30935f

Stock Level: 1

Faux amber and antiqued copper hand crafted earrings featuring two of the gorgeous amber beads separated by a swirl of intertwined loose rings.

The two clear amber coloured beads are assembled on my own ball ended headpin and separated by a cluster of intertwined copper rings that will gently move.  The rings are assembled in a chain maille structure known as a mobius ring, where each ring goes through each of the others.  When mounted horizontally in this way, it gives rise to an informal and chunky spiral of copper between the beads.  The earrings are entirely hand crafted and have been antiqued to bring out the tones of well loved aged copper.

The beads are a faux amber, made from something like resin, which has a very authentic colour and feel to quality Baltic amber.  The beads contain plaques that catch the light emulating patches of iridescence within the beads and the light through them glows beautifully.  Just like real amber, the faux beads are very light, making the earrings light and comfortable to wear.

The earrings drop 41mm (1.6") overall from the top of the straight drop earwires and the largest bead is 10mm (0.4") in diameter.

There is a matching necklace and several other co-ordinating faux amber and copper pieces available in the shop, please see the Related Products section below.

£5 discount for matching combinations over £60:

I have a number of coordinating faux amber jewellery pieces in the shop and if you'd like to buy matching pieces, I offer a £5 discount for any combination over £60 - this allows for a pair of earrings to match either the bracelet or necklace.  If your sub-total of faux amber pieces is over £60, please add coupon code AmberSet into the box in the basket and £5 will be deducted from your total.

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